• New educational Learning Resource

    A new learning resource has been developed as part of a wider project examining the internment of ‘enemy aliens’ throughout the British Empire during the First World War. Through various classroom activities pupils can gain […]

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  • Volunteers pass 4,000 hours!

    In January 2018 the Stobs Camp Project passed a special milestone. Since the beginning of 2016 our family of volunteers have worked over 4,000 hours on the project! The images show a flavour of their […]

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  • Upcoming talks in 2019

    The Stobs Camp Project is out on the road again soon. Here are our upcoming talks: – March 22-23, 2019 – Legacies of the First World War – Birmingham Festival March 28-30, 2019 – Knockaloe, […]

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  • Aerial video

    Aerial video

    Following on from their super aerial images of Stobs Camp Border Archaeology returned and flew a drone over the site and captured this footage of the PoW Camp. It reveals the beautiful scenery around Stobs but also reminds us how isolated and […]

     
  • Aerial photography

    Aerial photography

    On a clear and sunny day in Autumn 2016 Border Archaeology flew a drone over Stobs Camp and captured many of the PoW camp’s features. They show A camp, B camp, C camp and D camp and the path of the […]

     
  • Calling all volunteers!

    Calling all volunteers!

    The Stobs Camp Project is now looking for volunteers to help conduct research and to take part in on-site activities and workshops. Not only will your invaluable help be contributing to our shared knowledge of Stobs Camp but there […]